Door-Seal Chart Matrix Click anyone below to see Photo of that Seal & how it works;
Ok, this chart might look confusing at 1st. Within a minute or two you will find what Door-Seal is best for your Air-Plane. We have 5 seals with 7 different kits...NOT just ONE Seal. And none of our Seals will get stepped on from getting & out of the door.
Why are General Aviation Aircraft Doors so difficult to seal? Door-Seal Manual Install Page Compare Door-Seals
The Matrix Chart below is all our Seals: - 01 thru - 05
|FAA-Part #||Use & Aircraft||2010 $ Price ↓$ increase NOT shown below||Features/results|
|All our Door-Seal here,
are installed on YOUR DOOR...
Aircraft door-gap is 3/32" or larger
| $129.95 or Cessna's
Kitted-Price with either -02/-04 $129.95
The BEST-SEAL, fills and SEALS gaps, but aircraft with <3/32" Gap, door may NOT Close.
|Air-Chamber" Seal||Aircraft Gaps are greater than 3/32"||
But $99.95 ea Door or 2/ $175
|Air-Cushion Seal: Excellent for nearly ALL Aircraft. Seals very good, except does NOT fill any gaps.|
|Window & VERY tight fitting Door's FAA Part # - 03||Aircraft Gaps are < 3/32" Paper-Thin Gaps, and windows||
|Excellent Seal in tight applications. Bad to worthless in large door gaps, such as Cherokees, V- Beech|
Click This seal For an Quick-Fix
FAA-Part # - 04
|Seal is treated to resist Mildew, mold, & tearing w/o the need of Plastic covers|| $65..95...
Installs ON YOUR Door.
NEVER NEEDS repairs from being stepped on.
All our Seals are installed on your door...You are Welcome J
| Gap-Seal -05
FAA-Part # - 05
|Use-it to seal-out Rain-Wind- Cold on aircraft
difficult gaps to seal...
Soon Aileron & Flaps STC
Call For Air-Seal & Gap-Seal Kit
Kit -02 & -05 price $199.95
Questions Please Call 1800/659-2800
|Excellent; Push-on ...
5 minutes to install...Works with ALL Seals; even competitor's) seals that installs on the airframe.
|All Models, Perfect
Air-Squeeze-Kit (Both -01 + -02)
Kitted with Squeeze-Out Order this
|Customer ask if we could make a Seal-Kit using both Air-Seal -02 & -01 "Squeeze-Out"...Indeed, YES we can...|| Please Click Here for
ONLY $129.95 Air-Squeeze-Kit 2/$225
|Perfect for all, best of both seals, buy-it|
You can purchase just the Seal you want from the -01 thru -05 OR...Purchase the Kit's. All Kits have the -01 "Squeeze-Out" included.
Why choose a kit with the -01 "Squeeze-Out"? If your door has large Gaps in the REAR or in the TOP or BOTTOM than only our -01 FILLS and SEALS those Gaps. NONE of our other seals, or any of our competitors seals "Squeezes-Out" between the door and airframe.
If you think the -01 is UGLY then purchase one of our other seals: -02, -03, -04 they do not get "Squeezed-Out" BUT as an engineer my job was to seal your door, and sometimes WARM, DRY and Less Noise is Beautiful...the seal may be ugly but the results are beautiful. Just trim the trim as needed
Looking for the ONE Perfect Seal, Click New Faster Install Time, No Trimming
THE VERY BEST, but it cost more click 5 Minute Install
Do the Following to determine which of our (5) seals and (8) different-kits is best for your aircraft
While no two doors are alike, therefore difficult for us to know from Seattle what seal is best for you. Do the following and you will be able to determine which seal is BEST for you:
If you see Large Gaps then the "Air-Squeeze" Kit is the one to order...If you do not see any gaps at all or small gaps in one or two locations then either the -02 or -04 should be ordered.
Our Best Kit is the -02 + -05...No Leaks Ever
OUR Warranty is One Year, but expect 20 to 30 years of service life
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We have (5) Seals FAA-PMA Approved
We are running about 3 days to1 week behind in shipping, sometimes more as groups orders are received.
I purchased the new door seal from AvTek/Aero-PMA-Parts AvTek2 com for my PA28-235. I had the original seal and there was a big gap at the rear of the door that light, sound, and rain would come through.
I had my mechanic do the installation. I helped with removing the old seal with solvent and scrubbing. The original installation took about 4 hours. He used the double sided tape as the primary adhesive. It did not hold on the bottom of the door and had to be replaced with a stronger glue. I believe he used Gorilla glue. This did the trick and the seal is now permanently in place.
The entire door is now sealed and the original gap is non existent. I would recommend this “Squeeze-Out” seal for any PA28 model Cherokee.
Richard K. Malcolm email@example.com
Thank you Richard...
Door-Seal Material that is installed on the Airframe. Below is one of hundreds of email sent to us about our competitors seal which is installed on the Airframe, NOT the Door. But the message below was posted in a Chat room for others to read. Our customer posted it in a public forum, so we decided you would like to see it ... Remember, we have (5) seals to select from, NOT ONE like others.
Regards the competition: I'd honestly have to say that the
"other" door seal, with all it's promise and ease of installation, was a
complete failure. Yes it installed easily but was so delicate that the first
damage was within 15 minutes of installation. It's not reasonable to expect
passengers, or even myself, to have to watch every movement of gear and self
while entering or exiting the plane. The damage is easily created and the repair
on minor help.
Quite honestly, the original door seal I installed back in 1986 was a better seal the day I removed it, to replace it with your competitors seal.
I'm looking forward to putting yours to the test within the next couple of weeks.
Good luck on this and your other ventures.
Thank you Jim for your purchase and confidence in our product.
You & others should know the following:
The FAA has approved a plastic overlay covering to protect our competitors Fragile Seal from getting damaged due to foot traffic...but it is a "PRE". It must be Removed Before Flight. "PRE" is "Protection Removal Equipment" and MUST be printed in RED. Similar to your wind-gust gear.
Comments from other customers:
Mike I oredered the -02 Fwd seal for the acft and what a difference it made. I have been installing door seals for years and this is the best one made yet.
I need to get the remainder of the acft finished now that I have faith in your prodcut. So I need enough for the rear door and rear cargo door of a Piper Sartaoga turbo charged 81 model 810kc. I belived you mentioned in you letter 29.95 for the rear just email and let me know how much it will cost for the rear and for the fwd storage also.
I am so happy with your product. I enjoy doing installs like this where you can really see and hear a great difference. If you need somebody to plug this for you I already have been to some of the fbo'S and some of my old customers to show them how excited I am about this simple but priceless doorseal.
Thanks a Bunch Jim Taylor. Let me know the total and I will then process your credit card items.
Thank-You James...you are welcomed in our humble aviation store anytime as a "Preferred-Customer"
Safe Travels Jim and Happy Contrails...
Why are General Aviation Aircraft Doors so difficult to seal?
As many know... I (Mike Peter) also work at Boeing as an Engineer, and SEALING Doors is TOP priority. Before any Boeing Product is released it MUST undergo "High-Blow" this is where the Aircraft while still in final-assembly is pressurized to levels that go beyond normal flight. Every seam is subject to this "HIGH-PRESSURE".
Doors on any Jet-Liner, are heavy in comparison to Cessna/Piper/Beech all G/a aircraft...Boeing has two or more large JET engines to lift the extra weight of a heavy cabin door & of course the 250+ passengers....
...While General Aviation aircraft manufactures do not have the luxury of providing the lifting power of Jet Engines...Cessna, Piper and others General Aviation aircraft company's must find areas to reduce weight at every & any opportunity to provide the needed lifting power.
Your Cabin Door is one example of this sacrifice in weight.
Over years (30 now 50 years later) G/a flimsy doors will flex and bend and no amount of shimming will correct this aging process.
This is why I have developed (5) Five different Door-Seals for YOU & your Family's Aircraft...because one door-seal choice is just not good enough for you and ONE Door-Seal design simply will not fit all doors. ....Mike Peter